Forge World are now accepting pre-orders for Imperial Armour Volume 10: The Badab War Part II.
From their announcement:
After mercilessly teasing you with our preview gallery and designer interview videos over the past few days, we are proud to announce that Imperial Armour Volume 10: The Badab War Part II is available to pre-order now. It will be despatched immediately after the Christmas period in the week commencing the 4th of January 2011.
This lavish 208-page tome is the second volume in Forge World’s exploration of the infamous Badab War, and for the first time the apocalyptic conclusion to this most bloody conflict is laid bare and the true price the Imperium pays to dethrone the Tyrant it has created is revealed.
In addition to full background histories of nine of the Chapters that played a significant part in the later stages of the war, this book also contains a full Space Marine Siege Assault Vanguard army list, a new siege special mission for use with the Badab War campaign system presented in Imperial Armour Volume 9, three new Apocalypse formations and new ships and fleet lists for Battlefleet Gothic games. Forge World’s book production team have also done sterling work adding yet more depth to the Warhammer 40,000 universe in the form of a phenomenal range of colour profiles, star maps and colour photographs.
As usual, the first 500 copies will be signed by the writer, Alan Bligh, and Imperial Armour Volume 10 is supplied in a unique slipcase with space for your copy of Imperial Armour Volume 9. It also comes complete with the biggest poster we’ve ever released! Measuring a massive 841mm by 1189mm, this double-sided poster details every single Chapter involved in the Badab War, while the reverse side features a magnificent Navigator’s artefact map created by Sam Lamont.
If this wasn’t enough we have put together an exclusive online-only offer, The Complete Badab War, containing both Part I and Part II of these Imperial Armour books as well as both the Badab War posters packed within the slip case. The poster and book bundle will both be despatched in the week commencing the 4th of January 2011.